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Mirna Therapeutics Presents Interim Phase 1 Data on First-in-Class, First-in-Clinic microRNA-34 Mimic, MRX34, at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research

Mac Tully Named President & CEO of the Denver Post
Digital First Media today announced the appointment of Mac Tully as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Denver Post.

Whatmore wants Pak selectors to pick Misbah in T20 probables list
Pakistan cricket team coach Dav Whatmore wants selectors to pick senior batsman and team's Test and one-day captain Misbahul-Haq in the preliminary list of 30 probables for the ICC World Twenty20.

PCB might scupper former Test players' 'lapsed' employment contracts
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) may review the employment contracts of several former Test players after it notified them that their employment contracts with the board had lapsed on June 30th and might not be renewed again.

Pollock criticises BCCI for obstructing universal implementation of DRS
Legendary South African batsman Graeme Pollock has criticized the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) for again obstructing the universal implementation of the Decision Review System (DRS).

PCB searching for sponsors to allow use of DRS in ODI series against Australia in UAE
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is keen to use the Decision Review System (DRS) and is trying to have it employed for their one-day series against Australia in August.

Aleem Dar becomes seventh umpire to stand in 150 ODIs
Pakistan's Aleem Dar of the Elite Panel of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Umpires has become only the seventh umpire in the history of the sport to officiate in 150 one-day internationals.

PCB hopes to earn profit from 'home' series against Australia
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is expecting to make a profit of around Rs.450 million from its 'home' series against Australia to be organised in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

PCB chief Ashraf admits fate of Indo-Pak series hangs in balance
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Zaka Ashraf and The Board of Cricket Council (BCCI) president N Srinivasan met on the sidelines of the International Cricket Council's (ICC) annual conference recently, and Ashraf has claimed both the boards have agreed on a series in principle, but not on any specific details.

Hafeez's place in Pak team may be 'hanging in balance'
Pakistan Twenty20 skipper Mohammad Hafeez, who led the team in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle, is facing an uphill task to save his place in the national side.

Ramiz and Mohsin in 'walking straight line when drunk' war
Former Pakistan Test captain Ramiz Raja has made some scathing remarks in a micro blogging website about Mohsin Khan, who was removed as the chief coach of the national team.

Pakistan civilian deaths due to US drone strikes 'lowest since 2008': Report
Less number of civilians in Pakistan have died in US drone strikes so far this year compared to any other time in the last four years, according to a report.

US reaches technical-level agreement with Pak on NATO supply routes resumption
A technical-level agreement with the US regarding resumption of NATO supply routes to Afghanistan is ready to be signed, Pak government sources have revealed.

Pak's 'double game' on terror coming back to 'bite it hard': Editorial
Pakistan's double standards in the fight against terrorism are biting it back, and it is high time for the country to redouble its efforts to combat the menace and finish it off once and for all, a newspaper editorial has said.

Brit-Pak man may face life sentence for asking wife to punish crying baby by dunking in water
A British Pakistani man is likely to face life imprisonment over claims that he allegedly told his former mistress to punish a crying baby by dunking her into water while he watched the child drown on the Internet.

Clinton hopes Pak-US relations will improve during PM Ashraf's tenure
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton telephoned newly elected Pakistan Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, and expressed hope that relations between Washington and Islamabad would improve during his tenure in office.

Major NATO military operations against Taliban near Pak border on anvil
NATO forces have stepped up operations against the Taliban, and are making full preparations for a major military action against the militant group near Pakistan border.

Pak PM says won't let "first-class president" bow to "third-class magistrate" over Swiss letter
Newly elected Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has made it clear that his government would also not write a letter to Swiss authorities to open graft cases against President Asif Ali Zardari.

Pak human rights group blames security forces' 'criminal negligence' for Shia killings
The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has condemned the killing of Shia pilgrims in Balochistan, and claimed that the incident proved terrorism still persists in the country.

Pak minister says 'Osama op doctor' not safe in Peshawar jail
A Pakistani minister has said that Dr Shakeel Afridi, who helped the U.S. locate Osama Bin Laden, is not safe in the Peshawar jail.

US ready to discuss apology issue with Pak over deadly NATO attack
The Obama administration is ready to hold talks on the issue of a apology to Pakistan over the Salala incident in which US forces killed 24 Pakistani soldiers last year.

Pakistan warns of repercussions in event of provocations from Afghan areas
Pakistan has told the United Nations Security Council that it has acted with restraint to a recent cross-border attack by the Taliban that killed 17 Pakistani soldiers, but warned against recurrence of such provocations from the Afghan side.

Ex Pak skipper Latif predicts Pattinson will be bane of India in Test series
Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has predicted that India will have a tough time during the rest of the series against Australia, adding that pacer James Pattinson would be a threat to the opponent side's batting line-up.

Mohsin Khan hoping for 'fresh start' against England following spot-fixing scandal
Pakistan interim coach Mohsin Khan has said his team is hoping for a 'fresh start' when they take on England for the first time since the spot-fixing scandal.

Ex Pak skipper Latif backs team to win series against 'No. 1 Test side' England
Former Pakistan skipper Rashid Latif has backed the team to beat the top-ranked Test team England in a three-Test series at the United Arab Emirates next month.

Riaz happy and relaxed to be part of Pak squad again
Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Wahab Riaz has expressed his relief after making a come back in the Pakistan national team for the upcoming series against England in the United Arab Emirates.

Aaqib Javed back as bowling coach of Pakistan
Former Pakistan paceman Aaqib Javed has been named as the bowling coach of Pakistan national team for the series against England in the United Arab Emirates which will commence next month.

Asma Jahangir blasts Pak SC memogate order for bringing civilian authority under army
Former ambassador Husain Haqqani's counsel Asma Jahangir has said though she has accepted the Pakistan Supreme Court's decision to form a judicial commission to probe the Memo Gate scandal, she does not agree with the verdict.

Pak Supreme Court forms judicial commission to probe Memo Gate scandal
Pakistan's Supreme Court has declared the petitions filed in connection with the Memo Gate scandal as maintainable and has constituted a three-member judicial commission to probe the issue.

Haqqani's lawyer Asma Jahangir questions ISI chief General Pasha's meeting with Ijaz
Former Pakistani envoy Husain Haqqani's counsel Asma Jahangir has questioned the meeting between the Inter Services Intelligence chief Lieutenant General Ahmad Shuja Pasha and businessman Mansoor Ijaz without the permission of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani.

Pak's 'Anna Hazare' joins Sharif's PML-N party
Pakistan's human rights activist Jahangir Akhtar has joined the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party.

Haqqani's counsel urges Pak Supreme Court to summon Ijaz for Memo Gate probe
Former Pakistan envoy Husain Haqqqani's counsel, Asma Jehangir has pleaded before the Supreme Court that American-Pakistani businessman Mansoor Ijaz be summoned before the bench for cross-questioning in connection with the Memo Gate probe.

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